6 Laws Of India Which You Were Unaware Of

Blog By Helma  |  26-07-18

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1 # Women Can't Be Put In A Jail Before Sunrise And After Sunset

1 # Women Can't Be Put In A Jail Before Sunrise And After Sunset

According to the laws made by Supreme Court, a woman can’t be put in a jail before sunrise and after sunsets, unless police has a written warrant against with them.


2 # A Women Should Be Put In Jail By Women Officer Not Men

2 # A Women Should Be Put In Jail By Women Officer Not Men

Adding more to the above law, in order to protect the privacy and decency, a woman offender can only be put in jail by a woman officer only and that too between 6am to 6pm.


3 # You Can Use Washrooms Or Drink Water From Any Hotel For Free

3 # You Can Use Washrooms Or Drink Water From Any Hotel For Free

An individual can use the washroom of any hotel or restaurant and can even ask them for drinking water for free, according to the Indian Sarais Act, 1867.


4 # Pregnant Women Cannot Be Fired From Her Job

4 # Pregnant Women Cannot Be Fired From Her Job

Recent changes in the law has made it more beneficiary for new mothers. Under Maternity Benefit Act 1961, a pregnant woman can never be fired from her job.


5 # Live-In -Relationships Are Not Illegal

5 # Live-In -Relationships Are Not Illegal

Yes, you read that right. There’s no law that says that Live-in relationships are illegal. Under the guidelines of Supreme Court, live-in relationships is not a illeal and not just that, it also claims that a children born out of a live-in-relationship has all the rights to claim on their properties of their parents.


6 # Hugging And Kissing In Public Place Is Not Against The Law.

6 # Hugging And Kissing In Public Place Is Not Against The Law.

The next time someone caught you hugging or kissing in public, just be prepared. Hugging and Kissing in public is not a offence. Under Section 294 of the Indian Penal Code, it is clearly written that “obscenity” in public is a offensive, but there’s no hint towards kissing and hugging.








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